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Attend dialogues on storytelling in South Africa PDF Print E-mail
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You are cordially invited to attend dialogues which will be discussing the importance of story telling in South Africa

The Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (The Commission), is an independent constitutional body established to strengthen South Africa’s constitutional democracy through the promotion and protection of the rights of cultural, religious and linguistic communities. The Commission is organising dialogues which will be discussing the importance of story telling in South Africa.

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“The importance of story telling in South Africa”

The CRL Rights commission held a National Consultative conference (NCC) from the 7th of February to the 10th of February 2013. The aim of the conference was to get views from Community Councils regarding important issues that the Commission should work on for the next 5 years. One of the issues that came out strong during the NCC was that of Story Telling. Community Councils argued that too much cultural knowledge is being lost due to devaluation of traditional story telling in South Africa.

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Athenaeum looking for original works for “Facelift” exhibition PDF Print E-mail
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Facelift is a “fresh and forward-thinking” exhibition inspired by the changes Nelson Mandela Bay is under-going, but also “open to interpretation and application to any South African city’s ebb and flow of urban (re)(de)generation”, say exhibition organisers.

The call for entries to Facelift targets Nelson Mandela Bay and Eastern Cape artists between the ages of 18 and 35.

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VUDU raising money for recording PDF Print E-mail
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VUDU band is raising money for a recording later this year. They will be performing at The Music Kitchen on Sunday, February 23 from 14h00 to 16h00. Entry fee for the event is R30 per person.

For more information, contact , Racheal: 079 097 0568

Find out more about VUDU on their EC Talent Profile

 
The Insanity League - Port Elizabeth and East London PDF Print E-mail
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Comedy lovers are invited to “laugh so hard that no more sound comes out, and your tummy muscles are in stitches” when three “comic geniuses” join forces for the first time bring “The Insanity League” to Port Elizabeth and East London public this March.
 
The Insanity League – “a sketch comedy show like no other” - was born on the afternoon of the January 23, 2012 on Ben Voss’s KwaZulu-Natal veranda.
Making up the trio are Aaron McIlroy (crazed purveyor of The Loser, The Golfer, DOF, Unplucked, @ Work and other solo block-busters); with Green and Black Mamba stars, Ben Voss (Beauty Ramapelepele), and John van de Ruit, actor-author of the international best-selling Spud books and the smash hit movie of the same title.  
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